Wyndham Vale IGA robbed

Wyndham Vale IGA robbed

A Wyndham Vale IGA has been robbed after three hooded-men held a knife to the neck of an employee at the south-west supermarket on Sunday night, demanding cash and cigarettes.

The shop worker, aged in her fifties, received lacerations to her hand during the incident, and was treated by Paramedics at the scene. A police spokeswoman said on Monday morning investigators would be reviewing CCTV footage of the incident.

With a couple of solutions that can make these crimes preventable, one of the new products offered by Australian bollards is the body camera. It is a gadget used by police and security to help capture audio, visual and photographic imagery and recordings. With many shops and petrol stations, opened late at night, this camera can be the ideal and reliable solution to help protect not only the police, but members of the community. Body cameras increase public reassurance, reduce fear of crime in local areas, resolve complaints about the police and most importantly, reduce assaults.

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With a plethora of ram-raids and robberies happening on a regular basis; another level of protection could be to have bollards installed at the front of the store; to accentuate safety. At NJM, we take pride in being a company that provides security solutions specific to the needs of an individual. We have installed our bollards in many places that harvest a large amount of people, such as North Blackburn and Watervale shopping centres.  Furthermore, we have a range of products that can be customised to suit any style, helping to enhance and compliment the environment.The anti-ram bollard can be used to decrease ram-raids and similar crimes from happening, albeit, increases the protection of residents, thus providing the utmost safety for those in the community.

Police are urging anyone with any information or dash-cam footage to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.